i have a model 37 12 gauge bought in 1961 at browns auto. serial no. is 747557-4 so it is 46 years old.
Your Model 37 was mfg. in 1975.
Made in 1964
40-400 USD if all original
The serial number indicates your standard-type Model 37 was manufactured in 1953.
Your Model 37 was mfg. in 1954. The -4 indicates full choke.
I have seen them selling for between 250-325 dollars depending on condition and a good bore.
Made in 1955. I suspect it is worth about $400 - $500, depending on condition.
1951 is my best estimate. On line records from Ithaca went away when they closed. Sorry-
Yes, they did make a 28 guage pump featherlight. I have one myself
See Related Links below. 100-1000 USD
well i wanted to know what my 16 gauge featherlight Ithaca how old it was and how much it was worth i called Ithaca arms gun co. out of Ohio because they are no longer made in Ithaca New York so that's your best bet
about a 150 bucks
Depends on the model and condition. An Ithaca Mdl 37 Featherlight in 16 g in excellent condition is $500-$600 at retail.
The value of a 12 gauge featherlight shotgun is $800.00 bucks canadian.
We've seen them offered at over $400, but they rarely sell for that. $350 is a realistic retail value for a Model 37 "Heritage" in excellent condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am not sure if the date makes a huge difference, but GunBroker.com says the featherlight is worth and estimated $375.00.
Ithaca started manufacturing the Mod 37 in 1937 with serial number 1. It has a serial number somewhere - look on the bottom of the receiver. Go here to determine the date of manufacture: http://www.diamondgunsmithing.com/
From a recent internet search, a 16 gauge fetches roughly $385.
The Ithaca model 37 feather-light 12 gauge shotgun serial number 371269762 is valued at $200 in fair condition. In good condition, it is valued at $925.
Yes, the Model 37 Featherlight was made in .410 and 28 gauge